How to use volumizing mascara to prevent mascara dots on your glasses

If you've been blessed with long lashes, you may be the envy of all your friends. But, if you also wear mascara and glasses, you've probably ended up with little black flecks on them more times than you can count. What looks to others like a blessing can prove troublesome when wearing makeup.
The culprit here is not your fluttery fringe but your mascara of choice. Curling mascara may be popular, but it can lead to mascara-coated lenses when you blink (and you can't stop blinking). Instead, glasses wearers should opt for a volumizing mascara. The product has a differently shaped wand and makes the lashes temporarily thicker without changing their natural curl.
- Volumizing mascara
- Spoolie (optional)
1. Apply a coat of volumizing mascara to your lashes. Tip: If you have a spoolie, run it over your lashes to remove any extra mascara. Removing small clumps or excess product in between coats will give you the best result.
2. Apply additional coats until you achieve the desired look.
3. Let the mascara dry fully before putting your glasses on.
That's all there is to it.
Fierce League

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